Mixed Realities in the Middle Kingdom

I had the unexpected honor of being interviewed by Eduardo Baptista for commentary related to his recent Technode piece on the Chinese mixed reality startup Seengene, and the Chinese VR market in general. As is typical when contributing to such things, I answered a few questions in order to provide a range of remarks for the journalist to choose from. One of my comments made the cut, and I smiled when informed that Seengene unsurprisingly took issue with the observation.

In the interest of using the entire buffalo and expounding further on the Chinese VR market, I’ve provided my original answers to Eduardo’s questions in their entirety for your reading pleasure… (full post on AWN)

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